You are welcome! I wondered how I had missed Velma when I took photos a few weeks ago of Edward & Elizabeth. It never occurred to me that she was on the reverse side!
Added by sjmohr on Apr 30, 2015 1:17 PM
|Kar RR||RE: William Flanagan|
Grass cutters were working inside the cemetery today, so I was able to stroll in and take photos! I regret to inform you that stones of the Flanagans were not found; I carefully checked every one that was readable for your ancestors but came up empty handed. There are approximately fifty graves in the lot and about half are faded and others have sunken and tipped or fallen over, others are broken. The cemetery is quiet and clean, mainly due to being fenced and gated, I expect that the church that pays for its upkeep could answer questions for you if you are ever in Astoria :)
Added by Kar RR on Apr 29, 2015 6:23 PM
|LV BRMNS||RE: Jane Fraser|
Now that last isn't correct either. Maybe I should visit the cemetery office and see if they can provide more info.
Added by LV BRMNS on Apr 25, 2015 6:42 AM
|LV BRMNS||Fraser Infant|
I just now saw your Infant Fraser died April 1851. There is the mistake on the records. 1851 not 1951!!
Added by LV BRMNS on Apr 24, 2015 7:12 PM
|LV BRMNS||RE: Jane Fraser|
I am mystified by the cemetery records and had been trying to put everything in order using familysearch. I did see your post about Jane, but decided to add what I could anyway. It can always be deleted when you find out more if it is incorrect. Did you see that 1930C has both a Jane & Jean Fraser born the same year? Could the Jane at Forest be Jean? Also, cemetery shows that Jane was buried Feb. 1939 and Infant buried April 1951. I doubt this is correct. Most likely when transposed it was incorrectly read. I am interested in knowing what you eventually find out even though I am not related.
Added by LV BRMNS on Apr 24, 2015 6:59 PM
You are most welcome. I recently came across another Wernert name--not sure if you are interested, but her name is Annie Wernert Bonner, found in Sec. VR1 on the Baertschi family monument.
Added by sjmohr on Apr 20, 2015 12:29 PM
|Brooke Lamson||Anna Lissner Heins|
Just saw the message from Dave Kilmer asking about the Lissner name and where it came from, since it also appears as Lestner. Anna is my ancestor as well, and I'm interested in seeing your reply to him. Thanks
|Bob Collins||RE: Emma Detschel|
There is no section 468 in Green-Wood. The section numbers stop at 207. The online burial list is chock-full of mishaps. Rest assured--the section number is 128. If you want to be sure, go to Green-Wood's website andd download the cemetery map. Look in the far left corner for section 128.
|Alva Burkhalter||Don Burkhalter|
Thanks for the instructions. I think I did it. By the way you folks do a fantastic service. I love the site and have used it often in ancestry research. As more and more people get info on the site it will become even more valuable. I am currently working with others to add to and clean up my relatives.
|Alva Burkhalter||RE: Don|
I could not figure out how to delete my Photo or obituary. Please delete the ones I added. Yours look great. Thanks so much for your help
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